The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff Game Guide
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|Stuff Pack Information
Design and personalise kids’ bedrooms that spark the imagination of your Sims with The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff. Collect and trade monster cards, then bring them to life in the electronic battle station. Put on a puppet show to tell stories and entertain family and friends. Outfit your Sims in kids clothing that expresses their individual style.
Create A Sim Fashions
Female Child – 4 Hairstyles, 14 Tops, 3 Bottoms, 4 Outfits, 1 Pair of Shoes
Male Child – 2 Hairstyles, 10 Tops, 1 Bottom, 2 Outfits, 1 Pair of Shoes
New Music Genre
The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff adds the new “Tween Pop” music genre to the game. You can now listen to the new music tracks in game via the stereo and speaker systems.
New TV Channel
Kids Room Stuff adds a brand new “BEtween TV” television channel to the game. Sims of all ages can watch and enjoy this channel directly on any of the televisions.
If you own The Sims 4 Get Together Expansion Pack, you will receive two new Club Activities with The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff. “Battle With Voidcritters” and “Perform Puppet Shows” are the new object type activities available when picking club activities in the game.
The Sims 4 Kids Room includes the brand new Voidcritters Collection. Children can collect these battle cards by using the all new “Look for Discarded Toys” interaction in logs and trash cans, by trading, or by purchasing the Voidcritter booster packs on a computer.
Voidcritters and Battlestations
In The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff Pack, children are able to collect and trade their favorite Voidcritter cards. These new collectibles allow children to battle together on the new Voidcritter Battle Station object, and also count towards the new Voidcritter collection.
Voidcritter cards are found inside booster packs which contain common, uncommon, and rare Voidcritter cards. All cards have a +3 Playful emotional aura. To begin their collection, Sims are able to look for and collect Voidcritter cards in many different places. The following methods are available for finding booster packs:
Look for Discarded Toys – The Sims 4 Kids Room includes a brand new “Look for Discarded Toys” interaction for children. Using this interaction allows children to look in trash cans and logs for discarded toys. When performing this action, there’s a good chance children will find one of the Voidcritter booster packs and random toys. The trash can interaction has a cool down period of 8 hours.
Trading – Children can use the all new “Ask to Trade Voidecritters” interaction to trade cards with other children. This prompts a pop up that allows you to choose which card to trade, along with a notification informing you of which Voidcritter your Sim received in exchange. Trading is the best way to remove duplicates from your inventory, but it can only be used on Sims outside the household.
Ordering from the Computer – Adults and Children can both access the computer to Order Voidcritter Booster Packs. You can purchase one booster pack for §25 Simoleons, or a five pack for §125 Simoleons. Booster packs will be placed in a Sim’s inventory where they will have the option to open and reveal the contents.
When Sims find a Voidcritter, a notification will pop up giving them information about the creature’s lore and episodic history. Likewise, this information can be seen again by clicking the Read Card interaction on the card. Sims will find a variety of common, uncommon and even extremely rare Limited Edition Foil cards during the collection process.
Voidcritter cards can be sold by using the “Sell” panel in a Sim’s inventory. The value of cards is determined by rarity. Common Cards are worth §5, Uncommon Cards are worth §15, and Rare Cards are worth §55. Limited Edition Foil cards do not yield a higher value.
❗ Voidcritter cards are also available in buydebug mode as individual, unpackaged cards. Voidcritter cards that are spawned using the debug method must be placed in a Sim’s inventory to count towards the collection.
❗ Collecting all of the Voidcritter cards will result in a completed Voidcritter collection, and the Elemental Egalitarian Plaque will be sent to your household through the mail.
Limited Edition Foil Cards
Limited Edition Foil Voidcritter Cards are a rare type of card Sims can collect. Beyond a few cosmetic differences, and the fact that they are much harder to find, foil cards act the same as the regular Voidcritter cards. They also count toward the Voidcritter Card Collection.
The Voidcritter Battle Station can be purchased in the “Kids Activities” section of Build/Buy mode for §675 Simoleons. Child Sims are the only Sims who can use the battle station, but Teens and Adults can watch and cheer along. Children have the following two interactions available to them:
Train Voidcritter – Battle against Freezer Bunny in a solo battle to train your cards and raise their Power Level.
Battle Voidcritter Against – Select another child Sim to battle against one of the random cards in their inventory.
Voidcritters with higher Power Levels and elemental advantages are more likely to win the battles. The maximium Power Level for any Voidcritter card is 10, and is only affected by the amount of training and battle experiences the Voidcritter has had. Voidcritter cards will all start at level 1, gaining power faster at lower levels and slower at higher levels.
Elements play an important part in battle and can determine the winner. Elements are revealed when hovering your mouse over the card. The following list determines which elements have a better chance of winning over the other. The strengths are as follows:
- Water is strong against Fire
- Fire is strong against Earth
- Earth is strong against Wind
- Wind is strong against Void
- Void is strong against Water
Battles are filled with many elemental animations that emphasize the child’s imagination. These animations are only visible when controlling a Child Sim as adult Sims cannot see anything but the game in its original form.
❗ Use Testingcheats true and shift+click to set the card to Max Power Level.
❗ Cards can be dragged and dropped directly from your Sims’ inventory to any of the two Voidcritter Battle Station card slots.
Winning and Losing Battles
Battlestations result in your Sim receiving one of five new moodlets. These moodlets are not stack-able, and will cancel out each other. For example: If your Sim receives the Got Rekt moodlet, then challenged their opponent to another battle and won, the Get Rekt moodlet would be replaced by the Voidcritter Victor.
- Voidcritter Victor – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
- GG – Happy +1 (2 Hours)
- Got Rekt – Angry +1 (4 Hours)
- Humbling Loss – Sad +1 (2 Hours)
- The Art of Battle – Focused +1 (2 Hours)
The Puppet Theater is a brand new interactive object for Children, and is found in buy mode for §855 Simoleons. The puppet theater includes the following interactions: Watch Puppet Show, Perform Puppet Show, and Perform Puppet Show For.
Children who use the puppet theater will increase their social skill when performing any of the five available shows. Children are able to perform two of the five shows right from the start, and will continue to unlock an additional three shows as they increase their Social Skill. The following Puppet Shows are available to Children when performing in the puppet theater:
- (Level 1 Social Skill) Search for the Notebook Snatcher
- (Level 1 Social Skill) The Creature of Granite Falls
- (Level 2 Social Skill) School Life
- (Level 4 Social Skill) Lost in the Woods
- (Level 6 Social Skill) My Pet Monster
Puppet performances result in Children receiving one of two new moodlets depending on the quality of the show. The higher a child’s social skill is, the better their performance will be. The following two moodlets are available for performing Sims:
- Nervous Nellie – Sad +1 (4 Hours)
- Broke a Leg – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
Audience members who watch a puppet theater performance can also receive one of three new moodlets depending on how well they believe the child performed. The following three moodlets are available for audience members:
- “A” For Effort – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
- Delightful Puppet Show – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
- Annoying Puppets – Angry +1 (4 Hours)
Build/Buy Mode Objects
The Sims 4 Kids Room includes 43 buy and build mode items. This includes objects, build items, styled rooms, and every other item that was included with the game. The slideshow below contains 40 of these objects, with the “Styled Rooms” listed right below.
The slideshow begins with the “Beddy Bye Sleeper” and ends with the “DIY Paper Lanterns”. If you prefer to view the images individually, check out the album on Flickr.